Most people receive Rthdcpl Ee error when they update their Windows XP PC using the Service Pack 2. It can cause if there are some problems with the Realtek HD audio control panel version 1.41, 1.45, 1.49, and 1.57 due to your recent Windows XP update. Apart from that, this error can cause due to several other reasons. If your PC has some programs like TUGZip version 3.4, BMC PATROL version 7.1, ElsterFormular version 2006 and 2007, and CD-Tag version 2.27, then you may experience this problem.
If you are getting this error, then there might be a program is loading the Hhctrl.ocx file before the User32.dll file. However, you can refer to the following methods to solve this error.
- Consider Updating the Program:
First of all, you should update the program that is creating this error. Figure out the program, which is making the Rthdcpl ee error and then update it to the latest version. For instance, if the error is with the Rthdcpl.exe, then you can update to Realtek HD audio control panel 1.64.
- Install Windows Updates:
If the error is not solved by the above method, then you can consider installing the available updates for your windows PC. You can visit the Microsoft update website and then install the crucial updates on your Windows XP Service Pack 2 Computer. After installing, check and make sure that the issue is resolved.
Otherwise, go to the webpage that has updates for Windows XP and then click on the Download button. If there is no download button, then you can click the Validate button and make sure that your Windows XP service pack is genuine. Then you can download the updates and run them. Now, you can follow the instructions given on the screen to install all the essential updates on your Windows XP PC.
We hope these methods will help you in solving the Rthdcpl ee error.
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